The queen of the lategame is back and in fashion. Lock down the game with The Source, Security Clearance and infinite drip cash. Credits to binnet for providing me with the original list, as well as the shound thrashing he gave me with it to make me try the deck.
In the tournament, I faced two Palana Foods, a Personal Evolution, and a Controlling the Message.
Just the standard Sunny suite. No Support programs needed. Your econ is robust enough to not require Datasuckers or similar cards. Your breakers are decent at worst and pretty strong at best, which is all I ask for.
Just Nexus. Enough good things cannot be said about this console. It's the reason you can keep up in the early-midgame to pressure servers and force the corp to spend money.
Employee Strike has one job: clearing your achilles-heel, Scarcity of Resources. It's a fantastic card in general, and you need a current to be able to fight that battle (you never steal agendas).
Calling in Favors is excellent burst economy, and can help you offset the tempo hit of making an expensive run, installing a Nexus, or dodging Hard-Hitting News.
Off-Campus Apartment is the core. If you find this in your opener, you'll have a tremendously easier time setting up. Don't worry about getting tagged and having it trashed: if you play carefully, you will not get tagged.
Then, start the dripping. Credits, cards, more credits, clicks, trash-credits, runs, even more credits. You even drip Spy Cameras with Globalsec Security Clearance. The longer the game goes, the more powerful these cards become.
The Source makes FA almost impossible, and never-advance becomes a distant dream. Breaking News isn't nearly as threatening when it's a 1/3. It's your tool for keeping the corp slow and honest, and lets you catch up with them for a crushing lategame.
Ready to play some Glacier as runner? Take the hacker mom for a spin.
31 Oct 2016 killj0y
31 Oct 2016 pang4